Hafjell Hotel & Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... no apparent reason, other than to encourage 1800’s tourists. In some perverse way the bridge seems to fit amongst the rock towers, that were the original drawcard. The hotels however, that have been built since right next to the natural feature, are appalling. Unregulated or inappropriate tourism development throughout Europe has gone a long way to destroying it’s once beautiful natural attractions. This type of development, as promoted by the current Tasmanian ...
We stopped here at a hostel in Gjøvik, called Norske Vandrerhjem. For us, this was a waypoint after leaving the mountains and before catching our flight back home.
The manager at this hostel, Steffen Csirmaz, was excellent. He made sure that our visit was perfect. I highly recommend the "Norske Vandrerhjem" in hostel in ...
... taking a famous hike for which you boat up the lake and walk back along a high ridge. That sort of thing was more or less out of the question for me that day so we started pedalling. The thin, clean air did me some good and by the time we got to the turnoff to Jotunheimsvegen, a quiet gravel road across the highland, I was okay to go on. We got to Haugseter which is a hytte specializing in running horse camps. The place was full, mostly of young women ...
... candle store, we hit the slopes and did some intense sledding. It may not sound all that fun, but it really was a blast. The steerable sleds they had cruised pretty good (they probably went around 30-40 mph, but it felt so much faster!). The view from of the top of the mountain was simply beautiful, as you can see in the photos.
After the day's activities, it was nice to get back to the house and relax a bit. I guess we did make a run ...
... the standard of living, the cleanliness and, surrounded by nature in the likeable ski resort town of Hafjell, the effects seeped into my system, in a way which made it hard to even contemplate how contrasting the place might have looked if the blanket of snow were removed. The ski terrain itself, while being relatively limited, was enough scope for a full 5 days of an enjoyable glide around on the pistes, and scored highly ...